Edmonton, AB 
Rundle Park Share
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Nice park in a monopoly

5+    8/22/2015   8/25/2015
Review By: kingk6
Played: 30  Reviewed: 7  Exp: 6 Years
Pros: This course is in a beautifully manicured park with a gorgeous fountain/pond that comes into play on a few holes. Concrete tee pads are decent and long enough as most of the holes are reachable off the tee with the exception of a long par 4. Lots of fun ace runs.

Tee signs are informative but may be confusing to visitors who aren't sure if the tees are in the long or short position. The multiple pin locations is nice to have, though.
Cons: There is a bit of a hazard that is due to poor course design in regards to hole 3. As soon as you finish hole 3 and make your way to hole 4, you are required to cross the fairway for hole 1. That could potentially be dangerous, but any players on hole 1 should be able to see players finishing hole 3 and delay their shots.

Goose poop. Everywhere. The pond in the course attracts waterfowl and they don't mind doing their business all over the course. Beware.

The tees for holes 2 and 17 can get crowded as they are right next to each other.

The course is not very technical. All fairways are wide open without many trees to navigate.

The round leading to the course is borderline treacherous. It's about as bad as driving down a mogul run. Take it slow and your car will survive.
Other Thoughts: Can get busy on nice days since it is the only decent dg park in the entire city.

We didn't have any issues with mosquitoes or flies.

 Confusing Start

1    9/2/2009   9/9/2009
Review By: what'shisname
Played: 30  Reviewed: 6  Exp: 13.4 Years
Pros: Nice concrete pads and the course makes great use of the land available with plenty of different shots left and right, elevation changes, OB and water in play and a couple nice long holes as well.
Cons: I stopped by here unexpectedly so I did not have a map with me and was unable to find one near the EDGA sign and little basket type marker in the lower parking lot. I assumed with the sign that I must be around the start of the course but I believe with the new tee pads there came a new layout and the start has actually moved close to the higher parking lot. With no hole numbers on the tees it made for a very frustrating start until I was able to talk to a couple locals who pointed me in the right direction.
Other Thoughts: A bit more work with some sinage and this will be an excellent course in a nice, well maintained park.

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